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Q: What are the qualifying medical conditions?
A: You must be diagnosed with one of the following debilitating health conditions as defined by the state to qualify:
Q: How do I set up an appointment with a registered medical marijuana doctor in Texas?
A: You can schedule an appointment directly through our website or text *830( 582-8333
Q: What do I need to provide for the evaluation and what is the cost?
A: You will need a valid Texas Driver’s License or State-Issued ID Card. You will also need proof of your medical condition. Proof can include medical records, pill bottles, x-ray reports, prescriptions, doctor’s notes, etc. The evaluation fee is $220.
Q: Will patients’ registration status be made available to the public?
A: No, you are protected under HIPAA Laws so only you and the provider who certifies you will know that you are a Texas cannabis patient.
Q: Will insurance cover the fees involved with obtaining a medical card?
A: Unfortunately, no. This is because cannabis is still illegal at a federal level.
Q: Am I allowed to grow medical cannabis in Texas?
A: Not at this time. Registered patients will need to obtain medical cannabis from one of the state-licensed dispensaries.
Q: What types of medical marijuana will be available at Texas dispensaries?
A: Texas dispensaries currently carry a range of products including gummies, lozenges, tinctures, topicals, and more. With the recent expansion of the Texas medical marijuana program, more forms are likely on the way.
Q: How much marijuana will I be able to purchase and possess as a qualified, registered Texas cannabis patient?
A: Registered patients will be able to purchase and possess up to the dosage prescribed by their certifying provider. Dosages will be determined by the provider on a case-by-case basis.
Q: How long is my Texas medical marijuana card valid?
A: Your Texas medical marijuana prescription is valid for one (1) year from the date your doctor entered your prescription into the Compassionate Use Registry.
Q: What is the process to renew a Texas medical marijuana card?
A: You are required to be re-evaluated by a doctor and obtain an updated medical marijuana prescription once per year to continue accessing Texas dispensaries and purchasing medical marijuana products.
Q: What is a caregiver?
A: A caregiver is a person age 21 or older who is selected by the qualifying patient as someone who is authorized to obtain and possess medical marijuana from state-licensed dispensaries on behalf of the patient, as well as provide assistance in the administration of medical marijuana.
Q: How do I become a caregiver?
A: There is no state registration for caregivers. We recommend contacting the dispensary you’re interested in purchasing from to find out their policy on caregivers.